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Old 02-03-2011, 11:39 AM   #1
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2" BB and trac bars

Has anyone had to extend or move mounting hole of their trac bars with just a 2" BB

IF not does it shift your axles enough to notice?

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2" is not enought to worry about axle recentering. It will be less than an inch.

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2" is not enought to worry about axle recentering. It will be less than an inch.
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